On the surface of the wall that has long been possible to have a paint color that is not good anymore, its surface is not smooth, and there are spots that should be eliminated. This is why you need a primer paint prior to repainting with a new paint color.
Here are a few easy steps using the primer paint that you can do yourself:
Clean the first wall to be painted with warm water and soap. The goal is to remove all dirt and dust attached to the wall. Allow to dry wall you just move on to the next step.
- Cover walls, sills and doors that will not be painted, using paper and masking tape.
- Stir the primer paint is still in the can, make sure you stir it evenly so that all colors can be located on the flat and no buildup.
- Pour into a bucket of paint primer that you use as a paint container.
Dip your paint roller is evenly into the bucket then drain overage paint roller attached to, so there is no dripping from the edge of the paint roller.
- Primer paint roller brush you to the wall by forming the letter "M", thereby reducing the risk of dripping paint primer and its agglomerate on the wall.
- Continue to apply primer to paint the entire wall completely coated by a layer of primer paint.
- As for the corners of the wall, you can use a brush size of 2-3 inches for the paint roller will not be able to achieve these angles.
- If the primer paint layer that you brush on the wall is still perceived less or stains on the walls are still visible, you can apply paint primer as the second layer. But wait until the first layer dry completely first. Only then you can use wall paint with your choice of colors for the interior of the house more attractive.